Recurrent Breast Cancer

Last Modified: November 13, 2005

Question:

Dear OncoLink "Ask The Experts,"
I am looking for treatment options for women who have had breast cancer, had a mastectomy, radiation, and chemo, only to find two years later that a cancerous tumor has appeared in the other breast. My aunt is the patient, and I know she tested negative for carrying the cancer gene. Her mother died at a similar age as she is now from breast cancer. I am looking for as much information as possible on treatment options. Most articles do not talk about recurrence within two years and spreading to the other breast.

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